Somalis says Farmajo will be re-elected

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Somalia’s President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo is favored to win the upcoming elections is due to the overwhelming support of millions of Somalis abroad and at home, including ethnic Somalis living under the neighboring States of Ethiopia, Kenya, and Djibouti. This support isn’t based on tribal affiliation or fear but of the President and the ideals he stood for during his first term.

Four more years of Farmajo may raise Somalia to full-fledged nationhood. It will bring the refugees and those of us displaced in the diaspora back to their country to once again participate in rebuilding the nation. Farmajo is the man that will lead Somalia to peace and prosperity, therefore I urge every patriotic citizen to work with and support their President.

According to sources international community diplomat told Somali Times Farmajo have done for Somalia enforce rule of law and maintain peace and justice for all Somalis. Restart all public services including education, health, electricity and water supply to cities, towns and villages establish economic development; encourage and facilitate farming, fishing and oil and mineral explorations soon. Farmajo’s give credit rebuilding Somali National Army.

At least 15 contenders, including president Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, two former corrupt presidents Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud and former founder Al-Shabab terror network Sheikh Sharif Ahmed, and former Prime Minister Hassan Khaire have announced they will contest. Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo has more chance so far front runner.

Worst ever Somalia president has Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud got away with selling Somali girls to Saudi Arabia.

Somalis domestic work in Saudi Arabia after evidence of the torture, killing and rape Somali maid went viral. Former Somalia President Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud selling 2,000 Somali girls to Saudi Arabia. They often complain of being made to work long hours, unpaid wages and in some cases grave physical abuse and sexual abuse, Somali official told Somali Times.

Former Somalia President Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud and Saudi authorities signed an agreement for 2,000 Somali girls, most of them housemaids. The move was widely criticized by the entire Somali population due to the abuse of human rights in the Kingdom.